Now that ICD-10 is officially in full effect, radiology practices have had to fully integrate with the implementation of ICD-10. To make the conversion both swift and successful (and to avoid losing money), practices will need to implement new strategies and education. Setting up, performing, testing, and training on the new system will take some time - hopefully you've got the hang of most of it since the October 2015 switch. But what kind of impact is ICD-10 going to have on radiology billing? Good question.
ICD-10 has brought a lot of change and some are still feeling the effects of the shift to the new coding requirements. One of the biggest concerns ICD-10 has brought on is whether the new coding system is hurting organization’s revenue.Read More
The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society and Workgroup for Electron in Data Interchange recently released a report on ICD-10’s national pilot program. The results within this report found that only 63% of submitted ICD-10 codes were complete and precise. Although this finding occurred prior to the ICD-10 coding system being enforced on October 2015, it was still able to collect relevant errors and mistakes to avoid while moving forward with this system.Read More
There are many orthopedic coding that will come with the switch from ICD-9 to ICD-10.This free guide will help you understand ICD-10, prepare for it, and give you the resources to guide your transition.
The billing process in the revenue cycle is one of the most important functions for orthopedic practices today. With proper billing, revenue will continue to come in with minimal delays minimizing stress and cash flow issues. When it comes to orthopedic billing, practices need to keep several important things in mind if they want to bill as effectively as possible and minimize the chance of claim denials. Here's five orthopedic billing guidelines at the top of our list...
Since the conversion from ICD-9 to ICD-10 in October 2015, there have been many questions regarding the switch. At HIS, we understand the stress and confusion this change may cause for healthcare providers and their staff. ICD-10 is much more complex than previous coding systems in effect for the last 30 years. Though change can at times be uncomfortable, it can also be good. ICD-10 allows for much more detailed diagnoses and its set rules about coding is far more suitable for the twenty first century.Read More